(Subcontractor job)

The team at Mighty Sharp designed this really “sharp” web site layout in Photoshop. At the time, they were a little short handed. So they brought me in to do about 90% of the browser development, including HTML, CSS, JQuery plugins and other animations.

The result of this collaboration was a modern, mobile friendly website. Mighty Sharp designed a sitemap and page content with concise information. They also made a logo and color scheme that was appealing. Users can quickly find the information they need. One thing that is really effective is the repeated “call to action,” including contact info and contact buttons.

This was a challenging and fun project, and I’m glad to have been a (temporary) part of the talented team.

If your organization needs temporary help, contact Henderson Media.

Peace,
Matthew Henderson, owner
(417) 894-6433
Matthew@HendersonMedia.biz

Web site design for Pitts Law firm

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